Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
25 April 2007 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 25 Apr 2007 [PDF]
- DoD Identifies Marine Casualty
- Soldier dies in non-combat related incident
- April 24 airpower summary: firefighters hone skills; save lives AFPN 25 Apr 2007 -- Coalition airpower supported coalition ground forces in Iraq and International Security Assistance Force troops in Afghanistan in the following operations April 24, according to Combined Air and Space Operations Center officials here.
- Forces Capture Six Terrorists; Iraqi Police Find Weapons in Mosque AFPS 25 Apr 2007 -- Coalition forces detained six suspected terrorists during operations around Iraq today, and Iraqi police and U.S. soldiers found a weapons cache inside a Baghdad mosque April 23.
- 5/5 ADA assumes Garrison command of COB Speicher MNF-I 25 Apr 2007 -- The 5th Battalion, 5th Air Defense Artillery Regiment assumed control of Garrison command at Contingency Operating Base Speicher, Iraq, Monday, relieving the 149th Brigade Combat Team of its duties.
- SVBIEDs target Coalition patrol base in Diyala province MNF-I 25 Apr 2007 -- At approximately 3 p.m. Monday, a Coalition Forces' patrol base in As Sadah, Iraq, was attacked by two suicide vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices, killing nine Soldiers and wounding 20 Soldiers and one Iraqi civilian.
- 26th MEU Begins Training in Kuwait Navy NewsStand 25 Apr 2007 -- The 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) completed the off-load of personnel and equipment from the ships of the Bataan Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) into Kuwait April 22 to begin two weeks of sustainment training at the Udairi Range complex.
- Iraq: Violence Rages In Baghdad Despite Security Plan RFE/RL 25 Apr 2007 -- While U.S. military officials have said that there have been signs that the Baghdad security plan is having a positive effect, a recent series of high-profile attacks underscored that the security situation in Iraq remains very tenuous.
- Asian Countries Hope to Win Oil Contracts in Iraq VOA 25 Apr 2007 -- As Iraq is debating a new law that will set guidelines under which authorities can negotiate with foreign oil firms, several energy-hungry countries in Asia hope to be among the first to sign contracts to explore the world's third largest oil reserves
- Iraq Weekly Status Report US Dept. of State 25 Apr 2007 [PDF]
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